Since last Tuesday, there have been rumors about a possible launch of a specific smart mobile phone model in collaboration with the famous soft drink brand Coca-Cola.
To date, the possible brands behind it have been considered, until Realme has published on its website and their social media profiles The announcement that something “really fresh” is coming for the Indian market, without making any reference to the rumored Coca-Cola Mobile.
Of course, in advertising on social networks, the attached video is more explicit, showing the presence of the outline of a smart mobile phone in the middle of the bubble, the color palette of which is very similar to the colors of the main product of the famous brand of soft drinks.
So, this doubt is dispelled, now it remains to know the characteristics of the model. In this regard, publication MySmartPrice suggests that the Coca-Cola smartphone model is rather the Realme 10 4G model that was launched in India last year, which has been renamed as the Coca-Cola Phone.
If this is finally true, then it is enough to look at the specifications of the Realme 10 4G to know that this model will have a 6.4″ Super AMOLED FullHD+ screen, inside which the MediaTek Helio G99 has been chosen as the processor. Up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal storage with UFS 2.2.
It will also have a dual configuration of the rear cameras, with a 50MP main camera paired with a 2MP depth sensor, along with a 16MP front-facing camera, while the device will pack a 5,000mAh battery with support for 33W fast wired charging technology.
If this model is chosen as the Coca Cola phone, it will be interesting to know at what price it will hit the market, with a price tag as high as 157.97 euros. It will also be interesting to know whether this model will be exclusive to India or will reach other markets as well.
It is not the first time that major technology companies have collaborated with brands from other sectors to launch specific device models; mobile phone models made in collaboration with jewelry brands and other industrial sectors are quite common.